Video: Understanding UN Bias Against Israel

The United Nations has made the democratic State of Israel the target of incessant condemnation while neglecting its mandate in challenging the oppressive regimes around the world. The following film clip uncovers the factors behind the UN’s bias against Israel. We encourage you to view the clip, forward to friends, and partner with us to counter the hypocrisy and expose the truth:

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  • AdinaK

    Perhaps the following will add to the discussion, and on a legal basis too –

    A decidedly revolting and highly dangerous situation, at least for western civilization!

    Adina Kutnicki, Israel

  • Omar

    This video exposes the UN's hypocrisy and bias against democratic states like Israel, the U.S., the UK and their allies. This also shows that the Castro regime in Cuba, the only dictatorship in the Western Hemisphere, is behind most, if not all, of the totalitarian biases directed against America and its democratic allies at the UN and the international arena. It is no secret that the Castro dictatorship is behind the constant attacks and false criticisms directed at Israel on the international arena. The so-called "Zionism is Racism" resolution at the UN was made in Havana with support from Moscow and the Middle East dictatorships. That is Cuban imperialism in display. The attacks against Israel aren't the only things the Castro dictatorship is guilty of. For decades, the Communist dictatorship in Cuba has been repeatedly tried to force the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico to secede from the U.S., despite the fact that most Puerto Ricans in the island support either statehood (making Puerto Rico the 51st state of our great country, which I support along with more than half of the island's population) or remaining a territory (called Commonwealth). The Castro regime has introduced a handful of resolutions at the UN condemning so-called American "colonialism" and "Yankee imperialism" and demanding for Puerto Rico's independence, while opposing the islanders' right to decide what status they actually prefer via a self-determination plebiscite (contrary to what the Cuban dictator thinks, in the plebiscite this past November, voters in Puerto Rico rejected the current status by 54% to 46% and voted for statehood by a supermajority of 61%). This is despite the fact that only 5% of the people in Puerto Rico support independence. In order to expand American democracy and combat Castroite Communist totalitarian propaganda, the U.S. government must begin a process to admit Puerto Rico as a state of the Union. Not only would the process of statehood grant the nearly 4 million American citizens residing in Puerto Rico the right to participate in all national elections, but statehood for Puerto Rico would also deny the Castro regime in Cuba any opportunity to cause significant destabilization in PR. The great Ronald Reagan wrote a column for the Wall Street Journal about the issue of Puerto Rico statehood in 1980 when he was running for the U.S. presidency. The link is here:… . Reagan understood the need to admit Puerto Rico as the next state of the Union. Besides the Castro dictatorship's constant obsession over Puerto Rico, the regime in Cuba is guilty of many human rights violations. The Castro dictatorship is guilty of more human rights violations than any other country in the Western Hemisphere combined. Yet, not only does the Castro regime get a free pass from the international community, but the said regime gets a special seat at the UN Human Rights Council. While democratic Israel gets threatened with constant attacks, boycotts and embargoes from the UN and the international community, the totalitarian Castro regime gets praised for its so-called "equality", "social justice" and "advancements in human rights" (contrary to the truth). Instead of blaming Communist Cuba for its ills, the international community blames the United States for its so-called "embargo" on the Castro regime. Contrary to Castroite propaganda, there is no U.S. embargo on Cuba (read Humberto Fontova's books for the truth). The U.S. does trade with Cuba (Washington is Havana's largest food supplier) and has been very generous with the Castro regime for a long time. This is despite the fact that for over 50 years, the Castro dictatorship has been trying to undermine American democracy and America's efforts to bring freedom and democracy to the world. In addition, the Castro dictatorship has tried to destroy the United States at least twice. The first time was the Cuban Missile Crisis in October of 1962, and the second time was the attempted bomb attacks in Manhattan (the targets were Macy's, Gimbel's, Bloomingdale's and Grand Central Terminal) with 500 kilograms of TNT explosives in November of 1962 (the story is documented in Mr. Fontova's books). It is time for the UN and the international community to give Communist Cuba and its totalitarian allies like Iran the South Africa treatment. The UN and the international community needs to boycott and embargo those despotic regimes just like the UN and the international community did with South Africa's former apartheid regime during the 1970s and the 1980s. The UN and the international community also need to respect Israel's sovereignty and Israeli democracy.


      Omar AKBAR!